If you’ve got a boyish figure, chances are you’re constantly being told that you’re lucky. It’s true, a long, lean frame is something of a blessing, but you might occasionally find yourself looking enviously at your more hourglass-ey friends. While most of the time I’m pretty sure this is just one of those ‘grass is greener’ scenarios, it is sometimes fun to experiment with different silhouettes. To help you add a little voluptuousness to your athletic figure, I’ve put together a list of 7 steps to creating the illusion of curves.
A lot of girls with a straighter mid-section are reluctant to experiment with outfits that feature a higher cut waist. While curve-hugging pencil skirts and skin-tight body con dresses are designed to fit women with Salma Hayek-style figures, there is a wide variety of garments out there directed at creating rather than showcasing a narrow midriff. Stylists suggest that a high-cut skirt with a flare and a thicker waistband will immediately take inches of its wearer.